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Lizzo playing a crystal flute owned by President James Madison

L.izzo plays a 200-year-old crystal flute owned by President James Madison, Nigeria’s The Critics partner with Morgan Freeman on a short film, and Ramires retires from football. Stay up to date with the Rave News Digest. A compilation of 5 latest world news that will save you time and effort. Consider it your daily news fix.

1. Lizzo playing a 200-year-old crystal flute owned by President James Madison

Riso Made history in an unexpected way with a recent performance in Washington, D.C. “Special Tour” When she stopped by Washington, DC’s Capital One Arena on Tuesday, September 27, she accepted an invitation from the Library of Congress to play a 200-year-old flute once given to a former president. James MadisonThe flute is considered one of the first lady’s few Dolly Madison She was saved after British troops set the White House on fire in 1814. According to Lizzo, she was the first person to play an instrument during a performance.

“Crystals! It’s like playing with wine glasses.” Reportedly, she told an audience about the instrument, but played only a few notes through it. “Thank you to the Library of Congress for preserving our history.” Added lyso.

On Monday, classically trained flutist Lizzo “The world’s largest flute collection” At the historic facility, according to Kara Hayden of the Library of Congress. The library added:It’s not clear if Madison did much more than admire the flute, but it became a family heirloom and a craft of the times.

2. Nigeria’s The Critics Partners with Morgan Freeman on Short Film

Kaduna-based film production company The Critics is set to debut a short film. “Ogun Ora – War is Coming” in cooperation with morgan freeman When Lori McCreery revelation.Reportedly a short film narrated by Freeman “Follows the story of Orla, a cheeky teenager who discovers that he is the reincarnation of a demigod, unprepared for the events that ensue as this discovery spirals into his destiny.”

“Glorious War” Simultaneously debuting on The Critics YouTube Channel and +234 Connect Festival: A Celebration of Naigerian Creativity at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Confirming the production, Freeman shared it on Instagram, “Today marks the world premiere of our latest #RevEnt project produced with The Critics (@Thecritics001), an incredibly talented team of young West African filmmakers. Watch “War is Coming” (Ogun Óla) on Thecritics001’s YouTube page and enjoy this coming-of-age story. “
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3. South Africa: Thank you for collaborating with Nasty C

rapper alias I released a song recently. “Lemon/Lemonade” where he appeared Nasty CIn describing their collaboration, AKA said it was all about the artistry and nothing about the competitiveness between him and the young rapper. “episode” He said the song is about being comfortable wherever they are in their music career.

“For me it’s not about his poetry being great, but for me it’s not about being competitive, it’s about making the best art for the fans, especially with a song like that, and he’s really me. Thank you very much for congratulating me.” AKA said. “For me, it’s all about the vibe in my career right now. I’m making music from the perspective of wanting to make music that I can drive around and listen to in the future.” he added.

4. Rapper Coolio dies at 59

Cooliobirth Artis Leon Ivy Jr., reportedly died in Los Angeles on Wednesday, September 28. he was 59 years old. According to reports, “Gangster Paradise” I was visiting a friend late Wednesday afternoon when the rapper died. Coolio’s longtime manager, Hares, I went to the toilet at my friend’s house, but it didn’t come out after a while. That’s when a friend of his eventually came in and found him lying on the floor after repeated name-calling, reports say an EMT was summoned and Coolio’s death was pronounced at the scene. declared. According to Jareth, paramedics suspect he had a cardiac arrest. An official cause of death has not yet been determined.

original member of mad circleCoolio shot to fame in the 1990s with his 1995 hit song. “Gangsta Paradise” for the soundtrack of Michelle Pfeiffer movie, “A dangerous mind.” While the song remained at number one on the charts for three weeks and became his signature, Coolio also had:Fantastic Voyage” In addition to reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100, “It’s All The Way Live (Now)” When “1,2,3,4 (Sumpin’ New).” Coolio is also known for: “Oh, it’s out!” From the 1996 Nickelodeon television series “Kenan & Goat” Coolio left behind six children.

Condolences to those he left behind.

5. Another former Chelsea midfielder Ramirez retires alongside Nigerian legend Mikel Obi

Brazilian midfielder Ramirez is the latest football star to hang football boots after his former teammate. John Mikel ObiThe midfielder announced his retirement after 16 years through his social media accounts on Wednesday. In the video, he expressed his gratitude to all the clubs he has played for during his illustrious career. “After much consideration, I would like to inform you that I have officially decided to end my career as a professional footballer.” Ramirez said. He played for Chelsea during his six years and between 2010 and 2016 he made 248 appearances for the Blues.

Twenty-four hours after former Nigeria international and Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi announced his retirement, his former midfield partner Ramirez joined him. Ramirez ended his career at the age of 35, joining Mikel and leaving the game that gave them so much. Ramirez and Obi were part of Chelsea who won his league title of Champions in 2012. lyso crystal flute

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